A vintage example of studio brass slapping a franchise name on a kid's picture (this is the third Bad News Bear movie) and putting no effort into it because their thought process is obviously - this is for kids, who cares.
I would to have loved to read Tony Curtis' mind sitting at the premiere or first screening seeing this dreck and wanting to fire - no make that hang - his agent and managers. Hopefully the paycheck made it…
I am being kind to this giving it a full star because this movie is garbage.
It's a horror anthology with 4 short films (although they all feel extra drawn out and boring) with the weakest, most annoying connecting story I have ever seen.
If you thought CLOVERFIELD or THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT had shaky cameras, wait until you get a load of this! 10x worse, to the point where it's almost impossible to watch this film as the directors…